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Oriel House, Country Hotel & Spa
Oriel House, Country Hotel & Spa

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Tel code: 01745 | code search
Postcode: LL17 | code search
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North Wales International Music Festival
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Faenol Fawr Manor
"After a visit to the faenol i was alarmed to hear children crying in the night, and after hearing the stories of the headless horseman I was truly amazed. Great ..." More

Talardy Hotel
"Good Points: Well cared for place. Very clean Bad Points: Room 1 - The water motor that feeds the toilets makes a loud humming noise in this room, when anybody ..." More

Plas Elwy Hotel
"Good Points: spacious room and nice to have a bath Bad Points: The room smelt awful! The pillows and mattress reeked and it was difficult to sleep. General review: very disappointing - ..." More

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The smallest ancient Cathderal in Britain is to be found in this Welsh village that has the clear crystal waters of the River Elwy running through it. St Asaph is to be found in the County of Flintshire and the cathedral has, in its history, been destroyed at least three times the building you see now was rebuilt mainly in the 14th century and subsequently remodelled by the Victorians. Today the Cathedral plays host to the North Wales Music Festival which is usually held in September. From the Cathedral, proceeding down the hill the High Street is lined with the local traditional shops. The River Elwy and the Parish Church of St Kentigern and St Asaph are to be found here at the bottom of the hill. The church taking its name from the exiled Bishop Kentigern who established a monastery on the banks of the river whilst Asaph was the name of one of his favourite students at the monastery which was established around 560AD. St Asaph is an excellent location as close as it is to the A55 North Wales Expressway and this makes it an ideal base for visiting the rest of North East Wales, either the seaside and all that it has to offer or the surrounding hills and mountains.

Accountant

RPG Consulting
The Harold Smith Partnership

Association

British Safety Industry Federation

Dentist

Willows Dental & Implant Practice

Doctor

Pen-y-Bont Surgery
The Health Centre

Golf Club

Llanerch Park

Inn

Plas Elwy Hotel
Talardy Hotel

Pub and Bar

Dolben Arms
Farmers Arms
Gamekeeper
Kentigern Arms
New Inn
Plough Inn
Red Lion Pub

Restaurant

Dolben Arms
Massimo's Restaurant At The Red Lion
Plough Inn
The Barrow Restaurant

School

Fairholme Preparatory School
St Asaph V P Infant School
Ysgol Uwchradd Glan Clwyd

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Mackenzie Jones Solicitors

Taxi

A P T Air Port Travel

Shops

Hocus Pocus

Activities

Adventure Open Door(Outdoor Pursuits)

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Plas Elwy Hotel (0.24 miles)

Plas Elwy Hotel

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This small, friendly, family run hotel provides modern facilities whilst retaining the character and atmosphere of a property dating back to 1850.
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Talardy Hotel (0.66 miles)

Talardy Hotel

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This unique hotel rests in the picturesque Saint Asaph, perfectly placed for exploring the surrounding countryside, a short drive from the beaches of the coast. The Talardy Hotel caters for a wide ... More

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Oriel House, Country Hotel & Spa (0.83 miles)

Oriel House, Country Hotel & Spa

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This country house hotel with leisure club and spa is situated 5 minutes' drive from St. Asaph Business Park, just off the main A55. The Oriel Hotel is the ideal base from ... More

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Tan-yr-Onnen (1.72 miles)

Tan-yr-Onnen

Tan-yr-Onnen offers quality bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation near St. Asaph at the head of the Vale of Clwyd in North Wales. This bed and breakfast is set in a rural location, just off the ... More | visit website

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Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel (2.18 miles)

Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel

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This magical place, set in stunning North Wales is a Grade II listed house, and home to the National Portrait Gallery's ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Rhuddlan (2.39 miles)

Premier Inn Rhuddlan
Ideally located within easy reach of the A55. For shops and local amenities Rhuddlan town centre is only 2 miles away. Conveniently situated for Rhyl train station. Our Rhuddlan Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly ... More | visit website
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Bodlonfa Hall (3.45 miles)

Bodlonfa Hall

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Bodlonfa Hall Country House offers tranquill accomodation set in an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with an idylic rural position enjoying far reaching views over the North Wales countryside and ... More

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Kinmel Arms (3.86 miles)

Kinmel Arms

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The Kinmel arms is a haven of rural tranquillity only a few 100 meters from the A55 with ready access to the coast, mountains and cwms of North Wales. In ... More

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Barratts of Tyn Rhyl (4.26 miles)

Barratts of Tyn Rhyl
Welcome to Barratts, a 4 star accommodation with a renowned restaurant and the oldest house in Rhyl. We are situated away from the tourist area, yet are still close to all the major attractions that ... More | visit website
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Westminster Hotel (4.82 miles)

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Rhyl's largest & premier hotel, positioned on the seafront, adjacent to the main shopping centre and all promenade attractions. Having been sympathetically restored to its former glory, but still offering ... More

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